"Dandelion" as written by and Tracy K. Bonham....
She awaits far more the
Smell of dandelion
Love dripping with blood
A mask to cover her hate
And a hand to cover the mouth

He bites away at her face
Like cracks to concrete she breaks
Like concrete to cracks she remains
In still life frame covered in dust
A perfumed love sickens to his eyes

She gently strokes the heartache
He lives for and pounds a
Beating rhythm against hers
As the walls still drip with blood
Off her hands shielding the face

Of tears that endlessly love
Warning arms of compassion through
Blue skies of desperate lies
As concrete to fists tonight rains
Bloodshed she dies

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"Dandelion" as written by Tracy K. Bonham

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    General CommentThis is an amazingly underrated song by an amazingly underrated band. Not sure what it's about, but it seems extremely personal. I'm sure the blood symbolizes something, but I don't know what.
    pence is godon June 30, 2002   Link
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    General Commentevery song should end with "she dies"
    kijimaon September 09, 2002   Link
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    General Commentkijima's right everysong should end with she dies because every female is placed on this earth for the simple purpose of using people for there own gain which in turns makes the other person emotionally unstable......like myself, but yeah this song is good, i havent listened to all there stuff but from what ive heard its decent
    Last Night Aloneon March 06, 2003   Link
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    General Commentdecent? mutha fucka, they're one of the sickest bands ever.
    fuckxyouon May 03, 2003   Link
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    General Commentthis shits good
    iminheaton April 18, 2005   Link

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